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    Hey guys , i'm planning to grow a few gorilla glue autoflowers next summer. The climate in my area is continental climate and temperature differences between day and night are too high so i need to make a decision about where to grow , please share your opinions.

    - The first site is at 4200 feet / 1300 meter high and day time temperatures are too hot ( it will frequently reach to 100 fahrenheit/37 celsius in july-august) but the night temperatures are ideal ( around 70 fahrenheit / 21 celsius ).

    - The second site is at 7200 feet / 2200 meter high , day time temperatures will be much cooler than the first site ( it won't exceed 90 fahrenheit / 32 celsius in july-august ) but the night time temperatures will be a huge problem early in the summer. Early summer nights are going to be around 40-45 fahrenheit (5-10 celsius ). I don't think my seedlings can survive that.

    - The third option is starting on a small pot at the first site , then transplanting it to a bigger pot at the higher site , but the people say i shouldn't transplant autoflowers so yeah i am not sure about that either...

    What would you do if you were in my place ?

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    I'd say place number 1 man. Haha. Good luck.

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    I grow autos outdoors in temperatures that get over a hundred degrees, sometimes we hit 115. I would be more concerned about having the correct temperatures during the early vegetation and growth periods. If you have too cold of temperatures then your plants will be totally stunted. Otherwise, it really comes down to whether you can keep enough moisture when it gets real hot.



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